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(SA weclnesclay, Oct. 3, 2001 Community News Feather River f~ather RJ Photo by Victoria Metcalf Sam Iltutt l w ami 11komlm Doud Ke am g the Boy Scout and Cub Scout Imcks out rising fumls by lling and other gentile& Cub Scout Pack 151 in packs of butter light andCub Scouts is a year- Quincy has begun their an- butter flavor microwave round family program for nual popcorn sale. Scoutspopcorn for $10. The large boys in the first through will take orders gift tin this year has 28fifth grade. door-to-door for six prod- ounces of Chocolate Proceeds from the polS- ucts until Oct. 31. Delivery Caramel Crunch, plus 24 corn sale help fund their ac- will be made after Nov. 12. ounces of Caramel Crunch,tivities for the year. Selling The most popular prod- plus 6 ounces of Cheese popcorn helps the boys de- uct, caramel corn, is back Corn available at $30. velop and practice new in a 12-ounce tin for $7 or a Like last year, Pack 151 skills in public speaking, 28-ot nce tin for $15. Choco- will also sell popcorn prod- planning, organizing and late lovers can indulge in a ucts from 4-6 p.m. in front math. 24-ounce tin of Chocolate of the Quincy Safeway To place telephone or cor- Caramel Crunch for $15. store. Look for Cubs on Fri- porate sales, please call For those wanting a day, Oct. 5, Monday, Oct. 15, 283-2414. quick snack, there are 15 and Friday, Oct. 19. Learn something new this Fall COLL397.2 Hanaging Your Health Learn how to develop good daily health, effective stress management, and how to make your relationships work. Class meets Tuesdays, 9 am-12 pm, October 9-23. Instructor: Athea Anderson. HLTH105 FirstAid and Safety Covers CPR and first aid in emergency situations. Upon completion, you'll qualify for Amedcan Red Cross certification. Class meets Sat. & Sun., 9 am-6 pm, October 6-7 OR November 3-4. Instructor: Shelley Morrison. MUS125 Intro. To Classical Guitar Learn dassical guitar playing techniques, music reading, tuning, and posture. Class meets Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30 pm, October 31-December 19. Instructor: John Sebold. Residential Plumbing Meets Thurs., 8 am-12 pm November 1-December 20 1 unit Editing Home Videos Meets Non. & Wed., 5-7 pm, and Sat. 10 am-3 pm, October 1-6 .5 unit Hospice Training Meets Tues. 6-9 pm & Sat. 8 am-5 pm October 2-November 17 1.5 units Low Impact Aerobics Meets Hon. & Wed., 5:15-6:45 pm October 30-December 20 .5 unit Stretch and Tone Heets Tues. & Thurs., 12:30-2 pm OR Hon., Wed., Fri., 12-1 pm October 30-December 20 .5 unit Express your feelings to your boss on this. special page to be published on National Boss Day, Wed., Oct. 17th. For more information, contact your advertising representative today! FEATHE ER Sherri, Michelle, Rhonda 283-0800 --..--....-._.._ uxurlous The villas will range from $350-$975 per night:oi By Terd Damust mountain retreat feeling that P0rt01a Editor soothes the soul. Gold Mountain announced The Villas, which will Monday, Sept. 10, that it has range from $350 to $975 per broken ground on what will night, including all the be among the most luxurious amenities, will also be offered visitor accommodations in on a shared deed ownership the Lake Tahoe region, basis, beginning at $34,9,50 for The Villas are located with- two-week increments during in the Gold Mountain com- the special preconstruction munity and are in walking offering phase, according to distance of the Nakoma by developer Peggy Garner. Frank Lloyd Wright club- Each villa ownership and house, hotel suite has access to Even before being complet- Nakoma's concierge services, ed, the Villas have caught the restaurants and spa facilities attention of the international- through a special member- ly famed Small Luxury Ho- ship. tels of the World, which has Garner said guests can take asked the Villas at Nakoma advantage of hotel concierge to join its affiliate group, services before, during and Small Luxury Hotels of the after their visit and can dine ogy, deep tissue, Swedii stone and golfer's mass T plus more. Editq Other services incldThe manicures, pedicures, tlLldlife cials, hair design, cosme ,es to t waxing, fitness and welln pg on programs. Garner said each villa o rrhe at er also has access throt t Serv membership to the regio e PublJ w ,,J the re most challenging ne course, the Dragon. ba, The Dragon was voted ; to the all-star course by Golf pss Th Women Magazine and Uthso: nominated for Golf DigeSRand 2001.Best New Course of the Y hreStoveS Ski Magazine chose t ce, sai Dragon and Nakoma as oa.ny of of their top 30 summer are World is headquartered in year-round at the Wigwam sorts to visit, the el Now that the Nakoma main hotelsLndnin and53 countries.represents 260 andma. Loggia Rooms at Nako- sort and Spa and the Dra eY-b Only four hotels in Calffor- Guests can also take advan- Golf Course have been copes,are ~slon, nia are in the group includ- tage of the Nakoma Spa, pleted, Gold Mountain v ware ing, Post Ranch Inn in Bigwhich offers culturally di- found it necessary to et" _ . t - "= strea Sur, Bernardus Lodge in verse spa rituals that consist nate some employrnen po. Carmel and Huntington Hotel of ancient remedies for the tions. ]:he pt in San Francisco. mind, body and soul. Some of those positioPen a Each Gold Mountain Villa Treatments include the will become seasonal, w med] suite ranges from 800 square Spirit of Nakoma scents, the golf course closing in tmeY eerra P feet to 1,600 square feet; all which capture the essence of winter and a decrease inn'n,*s Siel include romantic wood burn- the Sierra Nevada. for help at the restauram t ent [ ing fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs,Asian, native indigenoushousekeeping during S-- . tate outdoor showers and hot influences from Bali can be winter influencing empl vada tubs, private interior patios found in the JAMU Asian spa ment rates. -- . zural and outdoor mountain view rituals. However, the new vacau ... " - ~ rLUlT terraces. The Nakoma Spa also of- ownership program will .JJver t, Exceptionally appointed fers mud, clay and algae vide jobs to more than 50 with soft, fluffy bedding and wraps, body masks and mas- employees when comple,areas have king-sized beds, their sophis- sages, mineral salts and aro- over the next four years. .,., . ticated interior designs with matherapy baths. " The Nakoma Resort oriental accents create a Massages include: reflexol- Spa, Gold Mountain tceai the re tate, the Nakoma Craftsn _., Dragon Golf, and the G~K'_~d~ ] Muntain Villas and e- estm are estimated to emptoy Residential Care for Children proximately 320 employ me P [ [ frm Plumas County" year'1 m ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERNATIVES Jtering In addition, the villas m. hotel are part of a $2.5 mil . expansion of Gold MountS" [ FOSTER PARENTS I . facilities that will eventu "l e 1 NEEDED [ includeadditinalspafa #prje. . , nvhn ties and an additional n k-n [ Office: (530) 283-3330 [ hole golf course f ey(l ! Lic. #320316037 ! " ,,:,u oy AUCrlON,*= Fund-raiser for Plumas Christian School Fall Sports Programs When: Sat., Oct. 6 beginning at 5 pm Where: Vet's Hall on Lawrence Street Dinner served 5 - 8 pm Auction items announced at 8:15 pm Adults per person (2 tacos, rice, beans, drink) 10% of Children (12 & under) $2s per person proceeds (1 Taco, rice, beans, drink) will be donated Desserts - Donations accepted ) the New York Firefighters Auction Donations also needed Please call Ellen: 283-4)415 (wk) 283-2245 Lnte~ Collec i Jew Gif Awell-planned, well-designed workspace Sur[ is key for gaining maximum productivity. Call us for odT ce furniture and workplace design and consultation 531 W. Main St. Quincy Cheryl McBride 283-2266